« back to all posts Subscribe By: Luz Torres on September 28th, 2016 Print/Save as PDF Our Lady of the Rosary Share: Do you remember this family-favorite, prayer-poem by Mary Dixon Thayer, written in the 1920’s and made popular by Archbishop Fulton Sheen in the 1950’s? Share it with your family! To Our Lady Lovely Lady dressed in blue Teach me how to pray! God was just your little Boy, Tell me what to say! Did you lift Him up, sometimes, Gently, on your knee? Did you sing to Him the way, Mother does to me? Did you hold His hand at night? Did you ever try Telling stories of the world? Oh! And did He cry? Do you really think He cares If I tell Him things -- Little things that happen? And Do the Angels’ wings Make a noise? And can He hear Me if I speak low? Does He understand me now? Tell me -- for you know! Lovely Lady dressed in blue Teach me how to pray! God was just your little Boy, And you know the way!